Location

Moscow

Idaho Repertory Theatre
Department of Theatre Arts

Physical Address:
Corner of 6th and Rayburn
Shoup Hall - 2nd Floor
PHONE: (208) 885-6465
FAX: (208) 885-2558
E-MAIL: theatre@uidaho.edu

Mailing Address:
Idaho Repertory Theatre
c/o University of Idaho
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2008
Moscow, ID 83844-2008

FAQ | Attending Performances

  • Ticket Prices & Purchase Information

    "Love Letters" Ticket Information 
    $25 General Public
    $20 Seniors
    $10 Students
     
    A special fundraiser for IRT, a reception accompanies the show, featuring complimentary desserts and a no-host bar before the performance and during intermission. A "Talk Back" with Ellen Travolta and Jack Bannon follows the show.

    Tickets available at the door or at the UI Theatre Arts Office, Shupe Hall, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or call 208-885-6465.
    Cash or check only.


  • Where is the Hartung Theater?
    The Hartung Theater is located at the intersection of 6th Street and Stadium Drive on the University of Idaho campus. Abundant free parking is available directly across the street from the Hartung Theater. A curb-side drop zone is available and wheelchair ramp access. The main entrance is located at the top of three tiers of stairs. There is also a ramp entrance located about 50 feet from the stairs.

    University of Idaho Campus Map
  • Where is the Kiva Theater?
    The Kiva is the round building attached to the College of Education Building. Take elevator or stairs to the 2nd floor and follow the signs. The closest parking lots are at the University of Idaho Administration Building or at the Physical Education Building.

    University of Idaho Campus Map
  • Driving Directions
    If you’re entering Moscow from the west, turn right where Perimeter Drive intersects Pullman Road (across from the Palouse Mall/WinCo), and go about 1/4 mile on Perimeter Drive. Turn right on 6th Street, and drive about 4 blocks to the intersection of 6th Street and Stadium Drive.

    Parking: During the summer, parking is free in all Red and Blue zones (no permit needed). Stadium Drive and the lots across the street from the Hartung are Red parking.
  • What time do performances start?
    Evenings performances are 7:30 p.m. Sunday matinees are at 2 p.m. All mainstage performances begin on time.

    Latecomers will be seated at the discretion of the house manager during a suitable break, and may be seated in the back or on the side.
  • Do you have reserved seating?
    Yes. You can purchase tickets from the Kibbie Ticket Office (208-885-7212) or at the door.

    Hartung Theater Audience Seating Map
  • Do University of Idaho students get in free?
    No. University students must purchase an adult ticket for IRT shows.
    (There is a youth discount for students and children 18 and under.)
  • Food, Beverage & Smoking Policy
    No food or drinks are NOT permitted in the indoor stage, except bottled water.

    The University of Idaho codes prohibit smoking in areas of public assembly. If you wish to smoke, please do so in protected areas outdoors away from the entrance.
  • I have accessibility issues. Will I have to use the stairs to get into the Hartung Theater?
    Theater Access
    We are committed to making performances accessible to the widest possible audiences. The Hartung Theater is equipped to accommodate physically challenged patrons. There is a three-tiered stairway up to the theater; however, there is also a paved ramp just about 50 feet south of the stair entrance (near the top of the hill). There are also ramps inside, and stair-free seating is available on the aisles in several locations. Please advise us if special assistance is required.

    Wheelchair Seating
    The Hartung Theater is equipped with wheelchair seating locations. Since wheelchair space is limited, please purchase tickets as far in advance as possible, and let the Ticket Office know that you will be requiring one of the wheelchair slots. There is a paved wheelchair ramp up to the theatre entrance, about 25 feet south of the main stairway entrance. Please advise us if special assistance is required.
  • Are children allowed?
    For indoor performances, we welcome children who are old enough to enjoy our performances. Children of all ages are welcome to the outdoor shows.
    (See Parent’s Guide on play pages to determine if individual plays are appropriate for your child.)
  • Is photography allowed?
    No. Flash and non-flash photography, sound and video recordings are prohibited during the performance.
  • May we have cell phones in the theater?
    Please turn off your cellular phones and pagers or leave them with the house manager before the performance.